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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1905.
NEEDS MORE ROil
dclph:a high school course in 1S2!.
and in the fall of that year entered the
co'kgiate dvnartriieiit of Aueustana
Congregation of Grace Lutheran j gradual. ng in 18H7. in i9S he enter-
Church Outgrtws Its
IMPROVEMENTS ARE PLANNED
Eight Nationalises Represented
Membership Pzz'.or Hoffsten
The Grace English Lutheran church,
located rn Forty fourth f tr-( t and Sev
enth avenue, v.-as built by the congre
gation in Ihftl. The members of the
church are planning to make consid
erable improvements during the com
insr year, as the ch-irch building has
the needs of the
con kit e gat i o n
and S u n d a y
school pupil -i. Ii
is planned io c
cavate and pine
a basement un
der the ent r
im pro vein n t .
a r e c o n t e m
cf the (Iran
church was organized it:
at the present time lias ;.
membership of ::tl. This represent -a
net increase of over la .1 year.. 1 1:
the recent aiomui r: poll ul Xliu .
tor, Rev. llmanjiAC. lloffaU u. i'.vu
shown i hat the Suiiiiav school hu.-i "a:;
cd the seminary of the college, and
completed this course nearly a year
after becoming the pastor of the Grace
In his work as pastor of the church
Rev. Hofr.iten has been remarkably
sucef -ssful, and at no time in the his
tory of the church has it been in such
promising condition as the present
Mme. The membership is steadily in
creasing, and the church is gradually
freeing itself from debt. The church
owns the beautiful parsonage at C27
Ferrv-fourth street, where Rev. and
Mm. Hoffsten make their home.
Third .traoaK 'Ioricy.
Tiio;igh having occupied the pulpit
of the Grace church for but five years
Rev. Hoffsten now ranks third among
he clergy of the city in years of ser
vice in Rock Island.
Rev. C. A. Mennicke, with over-40
years as pastor of the German Luth
eran church, is first, and Rev. W. S.
Marquis, pastor of the Broadway Pres
byterian church, with 21 years of ser
vice, is recond.
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'in Philadelphia that he gained his ear-' Young People's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
ly duration. He completed the Phila- Services. 10:4a a. m. and :30 p. m.
Broadway Presbyterian, coruer of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. W. S Marquis, pastor.
Sunday school 9:15 a. m. Young Peo
ple's meeting at C:45 p. m. Services
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Aiken Street Union Chapel. South
Rock Island. Sunday school at 3 p.
m. Services every Tuesday at 7:30
Bethel Presbyterian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
South Park Chapel, Presbyterian.
Elm street and Fifteenth avenue, Rev.
W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sunday school
at 2:20 p. m.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth strt: Rev. D. L. Mc
Nary. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Y. P. C. U. at 6:45 p. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject. "A Man of Faith."
Evening, "The Sower."
First Methodist, corner of Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street; Rev. R. B
Williams, pastor. Sunday school at
f: 30 a.m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 pi m.
Morning subject, "What to Learn and
How to Learn It." In the evening the
annual thanksgiving service of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
will be he.d. The address will be given
y Miss Marion Newton, of Isabella
Thoburn college, Lucknow, India.
Spencer Memorial Methodist church,
orner Forty-third street and Seventh
ivenue: Itev. J. 13. uutter. pastor. Ser
vices at 10:45 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
ichool at 9:30 a. m. Junior league at
30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
ivenue and Fourteenth street; Rev. F.
Litzrodt, pastor. Services at 10:45
u in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
it 9:15 a, in., .1. J. Helg, superintend-
nt. Epworth League at 7. Junior
-cague at 2 p. m.
Free Swedish Mission, corner ol
'eleventh street and Fifth avenue. Sun
!ay kcIhkjI at 9:30 a. in. Services at
10:15 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Prayer
nect'ng Wednesday evening at 8
Wyman A. M. E. Mission, Thir
eenth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
). W. Brown, pastor. Services a!
0:4." a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
tchool at 1 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed
icsday at S p. m.
IN THE CHURCHES.
Services in the various churches will
')e held as follows Sunday:
Trinity Episcopal ennrch, N'ineteentb
street and Sixth avenue. Services at
10: 15 a. in.
Trinity chapel. corner" Seventl
trect anil ! mirth avenue. Sunda
ischool at 2:30 p. in. hvon song at
I ay of Lavenport
Will be the Second Inauguration
of President Roosevelt
PARADE WILL BE BIG FEATURE
All Branches of the Military and Fan
tastically Garbed Civil Organ
izations in it.
Washington, Feb. 18. (Special.)
Washingtonians just now are suffering
from the same fever of excitement
which overcomes the good people in
the country districts when a circus ia
coming to town. Everybody is talking
inauguration, and of the things to be
done on March 4. next, when Presi
dent Roosevelt will parade at the head
lice would feel more at home there
and that the politicians would not be
a bit annoyed, as they are more or
less used to it. However this may be
the politicians are going to parade in
uniform comprising every color known
to a rainbow or an Indian blanket.
It is estimated that Washington will
have 200,000 visitors during the inau
guration week. And this added to the
200.000 Washingtonians who will be
here on the streets will make a total
of 4i0,000 persons anxious to partici
pate in some manner or other in the
ceremonies of the day. A very small
percentage of this great number can
get within hearing distance of the
stand at the east front of the capiiol
where the president will take the oath
of office for the second time, and there
by assume the highest position which
the soverign people can bestow.
Iess than one-tenth of that army o;
400,000 people will be in the vicinity
of the capitol. The rest will be die
tributed in restless, uneasy and curious
throngs a'ong the line of march. The
cannot see the inauguration of the
president, but what they can see ani
of an unique army, and for the second what they want to see is that collec
GRACE ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHU RCH. SEVENTH AVENUE AND FOR
TY FOURTH STREET.
enrollment of i;; pupils. The atwnd
nnce at the Sunday school is so great
that the capacity of the Sunday school
rooms is taxed to the tit most, and it is
on this account largely that the im
proveiiunts and enlargement are con
mmIIIi In M.ijorll).
Though the congregation of the
Grac- Lutheran church is composed
quite largely of Swedish people, they
tlo not by any means comprise th
whole menib.'ship -f the church, and
the records t the present time show
that no less than eight nationalities
are represented in the enrollment of
membership. Swedish, Danish. Ger
man, and American people are in tin
majority, but there are other nation
alities, including the Persian.
In the pastor. Rev. Iloffsten, the
church has a leader who is the pro
duct of the Aiigustana college of this
city, lie took charge of the church
while still a stud nt in the college
seminary, in May. i:oo. succeeding
Rev. J. It. Murphy as the pastor of the
church. He ontinueil his studies at
the college, and was ordained at the
meeting of the synod at Jamestown.
N Y.. in Ji-ne. l'.'ol.
vucitm of onnt lnir.
Rev. Hoffsten was born in Wilkes
barre. Pa.. March 26. 170. When but
two years of age he remowM to Phila
delphia with his parents, and it was
will conduct the s rvices.
Swedish B.-ptist, corner of Twenty
irst street and Fifth avenue. Preach
ng at 10:45 a. m.
Emanuel Baptist church, 447 Forty-
'ourth street, Rev. II. W. Reed, pastor.
Sunday school at 3:30 p. m.
McKinley Bai'Ust chapel, corner
Tenth street am' Sixth avenue
Preaching by te v;,.s:or. Rev. J. V
Crushshou, at i'i:'j'. a. m., and 7:3'
First Baptist, corner Third avenm
and Fifteenth street, Rev. H. W. Reed
pastor. Services at 10:45 a. ra. and
7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 9-15 a. m
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Kt T PROTHEHS
5 Warren street. New York.
German Lutheran, cornet Twentlet!
street and Fifth avenue; Rev. C. A
Mennicke, pastor. Services at 10 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical. Ninth street
between Fifth and Sixth avenues
Rev. Ed E. Klimpke, pastor. Sundaj
school at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:3
a. m. and 7:3') p. m.
Grace English Lutheran, corner For
ty-fourth strest and Seventh avenue
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten. pastor. Service?
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue; Rev
J. A. Nyvall, pastor. Services at 10:3'
a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran, 4324 Sev
enth avenue; Rev. J. (J. Dablberg, paa
tor. Services at 10: J5 a. m. and 7:3'
p. ra. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
First Church cf Christ, Scientist
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
ami Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45
a. m. Sunday school follows morning
service. Reading rooms in london
ouiMir.g on Second avenue, open dally
except Sunday from 1 to r p. m. Sun
day subject, 'Vhri.t Jesu."
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, cor
oer Second avenue and Fourteenth
sTet. Mass it S an i P:30 a. m
Vsvrs at 3 p. i:i. Sunday school at 2
Sat red Heart Roman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave
line; Rev. J. J IjK-kney. pastor. Mass
jet v and ; J :.' a. m. Sunlay school
iat 2 p. m. Ve.-pers at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary's (itrman Catholic, corner
of Fourth avtiine and Twenty-second
street; Rev. Adolnh Geyer. pastor.
Mass at S and 1i::M a m.
t. P.iel s R.-'girn Roman Catholic.
pastor. Masses at S and 1:30 a. m.
Sunday schtnl at 2 p. m. Vespers at
3 p. m.
&fy j Twenty-fourth street a
'"V I'aha'f avenue. Rev. J.
Central Presbyterian. Second ave
nue, between Fourteenth and Flf
teenth streets: Rev. William Torrance
pator. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m
Tri City union gospel meeting will
e held at 1.C1-9 Second avenue at S p.
n. Subject. "Consecration, Sanctiti
"ation and Service."
Salvation Army barracks, 1509 Sec
nd avenue. Sriecs as follows:
loliness meeting, 11 a. m.; free and
asy. 3 p. m. Evening service at S
'clock. Subject, "Perseverance."
Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Third
ivenue and Nineteenth street. Boys'
jeetirg at 2:15 p. m. led by L. L.
IcDonald. boys' secretary. Men's
neeting at 3:30.
time will take the oath of office to ad
minister the affairs of the nation "to
the best of his know ledge and ability."
The carpenters are busy constructing
tion of citizens and soldiery which wil
parade up and down the finest avenuer
in the country to the music of a hun
dred bands, the clatter of the horses'
mammoth reviewing stands where the hoofs, the rumble of artillery and th
president, his guests and the general
public may see the passing show and
in front of which Ki.immi soldiers, sail
ors and civilians will maneuver, pre
sent arms and right -about -face with
ail the grace and alacrity at their com
mand. Mr. Roosevelt is a singular man. and
Mils inaugural parade is going to be a
singular affair. Besides the president,
the vice president, members of the
cabinet and a few senators and repre
sintatives, there will be company upon
( ompany of regular troops, detach
ments from every branch of the mili
tary service, niin from West Point
n:id Annapolis. Indian renegades, con-
rhythmic swing of infantry. This i.
what the people come to see and this
is all that they can see.
SI C'lvllliin OrKnnlrnlltm.
Of the 31 civilian organizations
which already have concluded arrange
mcnts to participate in the inaugura
parade the famous "railsplitters" o,
the Lincoln club of Toledo. Ohio, wi!
appear in the most spectacular cos
tume. They will be uniformed in roy
al purple, with while stripes and trin;
i:iin;:s. white rhoes. white hats an
white cants. Another Ohio organiz;
tien will present a contrast in colot
f.T fie "Ruclvcyc" republican dab o
You always drive a good bargain when
you buy Calumet Baking Powdexv
Calumtt It tht onlp hith-grad baking poWdir sold at a mod era f prc.
verted bandits, cowpnnchers with their : Columbus has sip-mb'-d his intention t
fr'nged leather suits and buckin
Memorial Christian, corner of Third
venue and Fifteenth street; Rev. O.
V. Iiwrence, pastor. Sunday school
it 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at C:30
. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
":30 p. m.. in charge of Rev. V. J
'ockhart and J. P. Garmong.
Christ's Home Mission. 2202 Third
ivenue. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
":3 p. m. Special song service t
rgan, bass viol, guitar and violin ac-
ompaniment. Wednesday evenina
service at 7:30. No collection of mon
'v laken af theso meetings ho mis
ion is not tinder the auspices of any
ANNIVERSARY OF MISSION
AT AUGUSTANA TOMORROW
Sermons to Be Delivered By Revs.
Abrahamson and Blomgren in
Sunday Two hundredth anniver
ary of missions, sermons. Rev. Dr. L.
'"I. Abrahamson. Rev. Lr. C. Blomgren
Monday Committee on absences, "
p. m. ; Wennerberg chorus. ; p. m.;
concert. Josef Hofman, S p. ni.
Tuesday College faculty. 1 p. m.:
Gladstone debating club. 4 p. m.; Web
ster debating club. 4 p. in.; Oratorio
society, 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, general holiday Wash
ington's birthday program. S p. m.:
selection. A. S. C. band: recitation.
lohn A. Hall; selection, mandolin or
chestra; vocal solo. Lydia Swenson
address. Dr. uustav Andreen; organ
olo. Prof. Emil Iarson; selection
chapel choir; piano solo, Mildred Pet
crson; selection. Wennerberg chorus.
Thursday Wennerberg choru:?. 5
Friday Corcordia society. 4 p. m.;
iduna society. : p. m.; Adelphic so
cieiy. 7:30 p. m.; Phrenfkosmian so
eiety. 7 p. m.
Saturday Student's prayer meeting,
Public is Aroused.
The public is aroused to a knowl
edge of the curative merits of that
great medicinal tonic. Electric Bitters,
for sick stomach. liver and kidnevs.
Mary H. Walters, of 51C St. Clair ave
nue. Columbus, O., writes: "For sev
eral months, I was' given up to die. I
had fever and ague, my nerves were
wrecked; I could not sleep, and my
storr:ach was so weak, from useless
doctors' drugs, that I could not eat.
Soon after beginning to take Electric
Bitters. I obtained relief, and in a
short time I was entirely cored."
Guaranteed at Hartz & Cnemevr3
drug store; price 50 cents.
bronchos. Filipinos and Porto Ricans.
wearing the uniform of I'ncb Sam's
CJIIJ, UI11I lUt. IMII IIKIJl- )t I 1 III llJcllI
all the rest, politicians.
(irronlmn 111 He 1'hrrr.
The Indians, including the famous
Apache, Gerouinio, who eluded Gen.
Miles on the trails of Arizona, and who
fur years defied Gens. Crook, Lawton
and Wade in the arroyos and canyons
of New Mexico, will be here in all his
feathers and war paint, and will march
doAvn Pennsylvania avenue to the hon
or of the president of a government
lie so long opposed. With him will
come a score of other recalcitrant red
men, whose particular business it will
be to "whoop it up" whenever the
crowds become weary and fail to rent
the air with a sufficient number of
Way out in Deadwood, S. !., Seth
Hullock. sheriff, scout, pioneer plains
man and bosom friend to the president
is rounding up a gang of genuine west
ern cowpnnchers, who are to join in.
the show, six-shooters, ponies and all.
If the proceedings become slow, they
are apt to do a few bare-back stunts
and shoot out a dozen electric lights
on their way back from the parade.
Mr. Bullock has assured his friend, Mr.
Roosevelt, however, that the boys
will no nothing "naughty" and will
conduct themselves as' true sons of
the western plains should. The cow
gentleman will be decked out in all
their fantastic regalia and will be led
by p. cowboy band.
The Porto Rican provisional regi
ment will be here, followed by a bat
talion of Filipino scouts, the same
which created so much favorable com
ment at the recent Iouisiana purchase
exposition. Then there will be Irish
infantry, and German artillery and
Hungarian Hussars and 15 other kinds
of interesting military organizations,
ail marching beneath the stars and
Behind the military will march the
smiling ioliticians. and behind the
politicians will march the police and
the motley throng. Just why the po-
lice follow the politicians, the mem
bers of the inaugural committee de
cline to say, but some one has been
unkind enough to suggest that the po-
come in urab. with Newmarket ovei
c;al and hiu'i silk hats. The Repul
liean CIc 1 t'. also of Colnr.ihus, w;
weir en-forms of army gray, while ih
Tippecanoe dub of Clee'and will con
bine the sentiment cf the north am
the s-outh ami appear in the barmon
ions bine ami gray. In addition t
those. Ohio wil! ft r'iiih a brigade o
national guardsmen. including th'
whole first battalion of engineers o
Cleveland, and probably troop A wit'
it;; black horses and aristocrat :e men
The Washington organizations hav
not all applied for positions in line
and consequently the representation of
the capita city cannot yet be ascer
tained, but that it will make a reput
able showing, at least in the matter of
color contrast, is already assured. Thc
Olalne Invincible Republican club
composed of staunch colored republi
cans of Washington, will fall in line
uniformed in light tan Prince Albert
suits, black shoes and high silk hats
At their head will march Col. Pen
Washington will also furnish a dele
gation of the Knights of Maccabees,
with their distinctive uniforms of blue,
set off by the gold of their swords and
side-arms. The high school cadets am'
a dozen other organizations should
serve to give Washington its quota in
the inaugural parado.
I.nnerrn In I. inc.
From Newark. N. J., conies word
that the Trelinghuyean Lancers wili
come down about 2oo strong, wit I,
white fatigue coats, blue trousers,
white helmets, with plumes and white
gloves. The Phelps Guards, from Pat
terson. N. J.. have arranged to appeal
in the regulation army full dress, with
all the gold lace and buttons. jomp
and regalia that the law and their
physique will permit them to wear.
The cadet, battalion from the Mary
land Agricultural crdlegc will wear uni
forms of dark gray, trimmed with
black. The Conkling Unconditions will
be uniformed in white and black, w hile
the Montgomery County Republican
club which comes from just, over th
borders of the District, will weai
brown overcoats and the conspicuous
rough rider hats. The Harvard Re
publican club, composed of 100 stu
dents from the president's alma mater
Al M T Vs
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Hotel Size (eight times the quantitj ), f 1.00.
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a ill head the college delegations, wear
ing their red mortarboard caps and
gowns. Tiio other college uniforms
will not be so distinctive anil spectac
ular, and will serve to keep Harvard
in a class by herself.
The American Hub of Pittsburg wil;
be distinguished as far as the eye can
reach, for its members will carry red,
white and blue umbrellas, similar to
those they have carried in past inaug
iials. They will be uniformed in dark
clothes, probably blue, with tho pie
MireMpio military capos and white high
hats. The Ritosevelt club of Minuea
xiiis will be uniformed in olive green
serge an 1 big rough rid--r hats, buek
ikin gauntlet glove-, riding trousers
and spat-puttees. The Original Roose
velt club of St. Paul, will appear in
khaki, with blue army shirts, blue trim
mings and rough rider bats.
Rabies' r'kln will be soft, fair and
smooth if you give them Hoilister's
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If makes the little ones sb--p and
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Hundreds of lives saved every year
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Cures croup, heals burns, cuts,
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Mew Spring Soitsg
Jacllets, IPLain Coats
1 7 '. 1 : i . n - - ;
Are Here and on Show
La'l!-s and Mlssr-n' New
Spring Caps. Junt th
thln for arly
Every woman in the city is interested to see the
new spring styles. They get their first showing
in our CloaK Department. Such a collection of -
Stylish Stunning Spring Suits. Shirts. Covert Jackets, Raincoats, Shirt Waist Suits
has never been shown before this early in the season. Whether ready to buy or not
we will be pleased to show you the new goods.
114-116 W. 2nd